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Transfer of subsidy to domestic LPG consumers- (Press Information Bureau) (04 Dec 2018)

MANU/PIBU/1561/2018

Power and Energy

Attention is invited to some press reports on change in Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) of LPG subsidy Scheme wherein it has been reported that Government may revert back to earlier system of supplying subsidized refills to domestic LPG consumers in place of the current scheme of transfer of cash subsidy into the bank account of LPG consumers under the PAHAL Scheme. It is clarified that the news reports are not based on facts and there is no such proposal before the Ministry to alter the DBT mechanism.

Tags : SUBSIDY   TRANSFER   LPG CONSUMERS  

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